jduff Posted September 23, 2013 Share Posted September 23, 2013 (edited) Ever wonder how a stealth aircraft is made? I am going to share some of the secrets with you. First my disclaimer. I do not work for any government agency, nor subcontractor to a govt agency. What is said in this post is based off of common knowledge. Any similarity to the true process of our govts stealth technology is by calculated origin. No secrets were taken or a crime commited in getting this knowledge. I am just a common man who works in a warehouse. Where to begin, well lets start with the physical structure of the aircraft itself. If you ever notice a stealth aircraft is oddly shaped compared to other aircraft. This is for a purpose. As the angles are designed to reflect or bounce radio, and or thermonic signatures away from the incoming source. This is common physics. While the physical structure helps in making the aircraft stealthy. The other applications truly make a stealth aircraft a marvel of genius. Besides the physical structure a stealth aircraft has two very special coatings. One of the coatings is made of silica. Silca has a natural reflective property as well as thermonic dispensation. It is only obvious that a stealth aircraft would incorporate such a coating. It only goes to reason that silica is used. As the source of silica is plankton. Because silica in its normal state has alot of fractalization. Modern Stealth aircraft use strands across the plane that give out a small electrical current. This is done so a small electrical charge is given. To let the silica coating have a more soluable makeup. Thus leaving very little if any pockets for the coating to not cover. As well as making sure the coating stays in place. The thermonic and radio reflective qualities of silica is incredible. But that is only the top coating. Underneath is a second coating which makes a stealth aircraft nearly invisible with the top coating over it. This undercoating is a carbon based coating that has been heated up. This coating is dark in nature. Looks like charcoal. This coating is designed to make even heat dispersion. The natural process for this carbon based coating is to keep heat to a minimal. In effect a heat shield. This coating when combined with the silica coating makes for a fantastic stealthy aircraft. But we are not done.The stealth aircraft has a engine, which puts out alot of heat. If you ever notice. A stealth aircraft has dampeners that are at a 90 degree angle towards the bottom of the craft. You will also notice the dampener itself has a honeycomb or a buckminsterfullerine shape. This is to make sure heat is dispersed evenly. As we all know, heat rises. The intent of the dampener is to cause this effect. So that heat does not escape away from the aircraft. After all these marvels of engineering are put together. You get one of the best weapons in the U.S arsenal. Hope everyone enjoyed the read. Edited September 23, 2013 by jduff Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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